As the UW-Madison community attempts to return to normalcy under the auspices of its “Smart Restart” plan and a hybrid model of teaching instruction, some of its students will be absent from campus.
As Wisconsin’s unemployment rate continues to climb and thousands of small businesses remain indefinitely closed by the state’s “Safer-at-Home” in order to contain the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus, shortages in supplies, equipment and services have been exacerbated by the public health crisis.
In response to a potential agreement between the U.S. and Laotian governments to deport certain Hmong and Laotian residents, UW-Madison expressed their support to the Wisconsin Hmong community.
UW-Madison updated its work policies Tuesday to accommodate graduate students who serve as research assistants, addressing concerns related to work conditions, hours and duties.
UW-Madison pharmacy students led training discussions for unpaid Alzheimer caregivers that called for increased attention to their personal health and provided advice, resources and support to ensure the health of their patients.
With Wisconsin’s growing teacher shortage, a retirement bill today aimed to remedy one of the multitudes of issues causing the problem.